Little Dream Caught in the Middle of Ugly Custody Dispute Between Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian

8 Jan

Dream Kardashian, the sole grand-heir of the Kardashian name, is developing a potty mouth and unkempt hygiene according to new court documents. Dream’s father, Rob Kardashian, the son of O.J. Simpson‘s lawyer, Robert Kardashian and the brother of Kim Kardashian, filed new legal docs seeking primary custody of the 3-year-old daughter he shares with the former video vixen, Blac Chyna.

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Rob claims Blac Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, is a bad influence on their daughter. He claims, she “snorts cocaine” and spends $600-a-day on alcohol. He also claims that Chyna taught their daughter to twerk.

Screen Shot 2020-01-08 at 9.24.51 AMHe also adds that Chyna is making for ‘an unsafe environment due to her unpredictable behavior‘ and even makes violent threats to people in her home’.

This isn’t the first time Rob has alleged Chyna had a substance abuse issue. Rob sued his ex-fiance over an alleged incident that went down on December 14, 2016. In that lawsuit, he claimed she “consumed a significant amount of drugs and alcohol” and proceeded to damage a television, break down a door, damage the walls, destroy his cell phone and smash a gingerbread house that was made for the holidays.

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Mr. Kardashian wants his baby mama’s time with Dream to be reduced to weekends with a nanny on hand, TMZ  and Daily Mail reported. The pair first struck a deal back in March of 2019 that granted them shared custody so the toddler could have both of her parents in her life, equally. Not only did they agree to be civil and share the custody of little Dream, but they also agreed to split their daughter’s expenses 50/50 –including medical, school, and whatever else she needs.

The 50/50 split was a relief for the former Keeping up with the Kardashians star who had initially been ordered to pay $20,000 per month. By late 2018, Rob claimed he could not afford to make payments to Chyna any longer.  Although he’d initially been contracted to earn $1million from KUWTK,  he hasn’t appeared on the show in years. Blac Chyna’s star has not dimmed. In fact, she’s starring in a new reality series, The Real Black Chyna.

It could be that this latest effort for primary custody is a way for Rob to further reduce his cost sharing burden for Dream and maybe even get a check from Chyna, who was reportedly worth $1.4 million before inking the new tv deal.  Could it be that Rob is trying to get his Kevin Federline on?

 

Miami Dolphins star, Xavien Howard Arrested for Domestic Battery of fiancée

31 Dec

Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard was arrested late Sunday in Davie, FL after police say he pushed his fiancée into a glass wall at their home during a heated verbal argument about a purse. His soon to be wife, who has been living with him for more than five years and has three children with him, told police she got into a Screen Shot 2019-12-31 at 6.39.09 AMverbal argument with Howard, 26, about a recently purchased purse. The argument then got physical.

The 6 ft tall cornerback allegedly “grabbed both her arms and pushed her back up against the mirrored glass wall in the hallway of their bedroom,” the police report states. Howard “then let her go, causing her to fall to the floor on her right arm, landing on his medical assisted walking crutch, which was on the floor.”

According to the police report, the NFL player’s fiancée had “visible” scratches, redness on her right wrist and forearm and “redness and an abrasion” on her right elbow

The Dolphin Pro Bowler, whose legal name is Xavien Dewayne Howard-Arriola was arrested and held at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Main Jail on one count of domestic battery Monday, according to Davie police.

Actress Sara Gilbert files for Legal Separation from wife, singer Linda Perry

30 Dec

The Associated Press is reporting that Actress Sara Gilbert has filed for legal separation from her wife of five years, singer and songwriter Linda Perry.

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Gilbert filed the legal separation documents in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday. The papers cite irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split, and requests that neither woman receive spousal support.

No details were given on custody arrangements for the couple’s 4-year-old son Rhodes.

Gilbert, 44-year-old star of “The Conners,” former star of “Roseanne” and creator and former co-host of daytime talk show “The Talk,” began dating Perry in 2011 and they married in 2014.

Perry is a 54-year-old former singer/songwriter. She was in the group, 4 Non Blondes and has written hits for Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and Pink.

Mob Wives’ Star Drita D’Avanzo Arrested in Police Raid; Drugs and Guns Found in Her Home

21 Dec

We can’t say its that much of a stretch that police might find some illegal activity going on in the home of Drita D’Avanzo, star of Mob Wives.

 

Harvey Weinstein Faces New Allegation of Sexual Assault from Former Teen Model

20 Dec

Former teen model, Kaja Sokola alleges she was sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. The Polish native filed a new lawsuit Thursday against the disgraced movie mogul, his former studio Miramax and previous owner the Walt Disney Co.

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Previously identified only as Jane Doe in an earlier class-action lawsuit, her new lawsuit filed with the New York State Supreme Court alleges that in 2002, when she was 16 and an aspiring actress, Weinstein promised to take her to lunch to discuss her career. Instead, the Sokola says, he took her to his SoHo apartment, where he “aggressively and threateningly demanded sex.”

Weinstein who has been accused of inappropriate sexual conduct with over 80 women, “instructed her take off her clothes,” and “to touch herself,” according to the filing. He also took off his pants and, despite her protestations, forced her to touch his penis while he “grabbed at her breasts,” the lawsuit alleges.

In a statement to The Los Angeles Times, Sokola said she “cannot accept the proposed ‘global settlement’ as fair or just. There is no accountability for the perpetrators, insufficient compensation for all of the victims, and millions of dollars going to people that I believe enabled Weinstein …. I know that this lawsuit cannot erase the pain that I have been living with for 17 years. But I do hope to achieve at least some measure of justice that has still been denied to Harvey Weinstein’s many victims.”

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Sentenced to 2 Years in Federal Prison for Racketeering after SNITCHING on Gang Associates

19 Dec
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez received a soft sentence from a federal judge after he violated the ‘no snitch rule‘ and ratted on his Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang associates. He was sentenced to two years in federal prison.
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After joining the Bloods and getting caught up in a crime spree which involved several shootings and assaults around New York City, (which he claims was “in an attempt to promote a gangster persona which would help him sell his music and advance his career”) the snitch bitch rapper had pleaded guilty to racketeering, firearms and drug trafficking charges.
Judge Paul Engelmayer said that Tekashi 6ix9ine was a “central figure in a vicious and brutal gang” whom he said caused mayhem around the city and used the gang as his “personal hit squad.”
However, Engelmayer balanced those crimes with the rapper’s snitching extensive cooperation with government investigators. Prosecutors had requested that he receive a reduced sentence because of his “extraordinary” and “substantial” cooperation.
He was also sentenced to five years  of supervised release and 300 hours of community service. However, since he has already served about 13 months behind bars, he is due to be released in late 2020.

Pop-Punk Band Yellowcard Continues its Lawsuit Against Juice WRLD for Unauthorized Sampling Despite his Tragic Death

18 Dec

Yellowcard‘s $15 million lawsuit against Juice WRLD will continue even after the rapper’s death.

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Yellowcard claims that Juice illegally sampled elements of their 2006 song, “Holly Wood Died” for his breakout, Nick Mira-produced 2017 single, “Lucid Dreams,” which has been certified six-times platinum. 

The case had been put on hold after Juice WRLD died earlier this month, but as newly obtained court documents  reveal the case will continue. However, the date for at least one part of this case has just been changed.

Yesterday, the pop-punk band filed a motion to extend the amount of time parties for Juice Wrld and his co-defendants Taz Taylor, Nick Mira, and the two labels Juice’s is signed to—Grade A Productions and Interscope Records—have to respond to the complaint filed against them. The original due date for the defendants’ response to the lawsuit was Dec. 9, but now they have until Feb. 4, 2020.

Speaking to Digital Music News after the death of Juice, Richard Busch, who is representing Yellowcard in the case, says the group put the litigation for the case on hold after Juice Wrld died on Dec. 8. The rapper suffered seizures at the Chicago Midway International Airport. Juice died after allegedly ingesting several Percocet pills in order to hide them from authorities as they searched through luggage containing 70 pounds of weed and six bottles of liquid prescription codeine cough syrup. At the time, Busch said the group wanted time to “digest” news of Juice’s death.

In October, Yellowcard members Peter Mosley, Ryan Key, Sean Wellman-Mackin and Longineu Parson claimed that Juice illegally sampled elements of their 2006 song, “Holly Wood Died” for his breakout, Nick Mira-produced 2017 single, “Lucid Dreams,” which has been certified six-times platinum.

 

Boxer Adrien Broner Ordered to Pay Over $800K to His Sexual Assault Victim!!!

18 Dec

Adrien_BronerLooks like its time for the star boxer, Adrien Broner to put back on his gloves because a Clevland court has ordered him to empty out his cash drawer to a woman he was convicted  of assaulting in a Cleveland nightclub.

According to the victim’s civil complaint, back in June of 2018, Broner “thrust himself on to [the victim], pinned her beneath his body, and began kissing her.” The victim said she struggled to free herself but was unable to push him off of her as he stuck his tongue down her throat, kissed her neck and body, and continued pressing himself on her. One of Mr. Broner’s friends reportedly pulled him off of her, after a bystander snapped a photo of the assault.

The crime was immediately reported to the Cleveland Police Dept.

On April 8, 2019, the former welterweight champ pleaded guilty to assault and unlawful restraint, and was sentenced to probation. And as far as the civil suit goes, Broner did not appear at the hearing to contest the damages.

Welp, Broner was hit with a $830,000 judgment in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas on Tuesday, in connection with a June 2018 incident at The Park Social Lounge in Cleveland, according to the plaintiff’s attorney Subodh Chandra.

 

 

NBA Youngboy Gets Early Release from Probation; Plans to Ditch Louisiana for LA

15 Dec

NBA YoungBoy was released from court supervision Friday after a judge in Baton Rouge, Louisiana agreed to terminate his probation early, noting he’s complied with all its conditions over the past several months.

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The judge’s decision, which came over objections from prosecutors, brings an end to the rapper’s longstanding legal troubles in Louisiana. NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, is now free to do whatever he wants, including schedule performances, release music and even move out of state. And that’s just what he plans to do.

Youngboy’s lawyer, James Manasseh, said his client is planning to leave his Baton Rouge hometown and possibly relocate to Los Angeles for a bigger market and better opportunities to pursue his burgeoning career.

“Being in Baton Rouge isn’t conducive to him being able to grow and move forward,” Manasseh said after the hearing Friday, calling Gaulden a “genuinely good hearted, generous, sweet young man” who works hard for his success.

The judge had given Gaulden a suspended 10-year prison term in August 2017 and put him on probation for three years after he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a firearm in the 2016 shooting. But Jackson decided Friday that the rapper had served enough time under court supervision — 28 months on probation — and released him.

Judge Refuses to Seal Nicki Minaj Videotaped Statements in Deposition

12 Dec
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Rapper Nicki Minaj has been denied her request to seal her videotaped statement in an ongoing legal battle with a former stylist.

The”Anaconda” rapper whose real name is Onika Maraj, has been locked in a court fight with her former stylist, Maher Jridi since October 2018.

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Jridi claimed that his suppliers  stuck him with a bill of almost $74,000 because he could not return the rented designer items as clothing options for a series of events in 2017, including Paris Fashion Week in France.

He demanded that Minaj reimburse him for the cost of the bill and deliver damages for emotional distress, but she challenged the claims and subsequently responded with her own claim, arguing that the Frenchman owes her money because she had overpaid him. $ 12,000 for his services.

Minaj was questioned about the dispute in a statement filmed in September, but then moved to block Jridi from using the images or throwing them into the media.

The legal documents obtained by Celawbrity show Maraj/Minaj’s lawyers aid: “Given the fame of Maraj as a rapper and cheerleader of world renown, she fears that the Claimant intends to publicly disseminate the discovery of confidential documents and testimony prior to the trial to embarrass or harm her.”

Jridi’s lawyers insisted that the hip-hop star was simply trying to use her “celebrity status” to get special treatment, and the judge who oversaw the case accepted it, and dismissed Minaj’s motion.

In his ruling, the judge stated that Minaj had not provided evidence to support claims that suggested that Jridi would filter the video or explain how its release could damage her reputation.

The case continues.

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